A union worker holds out a sardine in front of a protest banner with images of Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff and Central Bank President Alexandre Tombini during a demonstration against the economic policies of the government, in front of the Ministry of Economy, in Brasllia, Brazil, Wednesday. The protesters held up sardines to symbolize the country's economic situation saying they must use the lower priced sardine for their "Churrasco" or grilling, instead of the traditional yet unaffordable red meat. The full message on the banner, only partially visible in the picture, reads in Portuguese; "High interest rates and low gross domestic product." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
Question: I can't remember the last time I've eaten a sardine. I don't like the taste. Do you?